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Topic: Re: Kubota M110 4x4 front drive shaft
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Tx Jim

03-14-2015 03:24:02
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From viewing parts schematic for a M110 it appears the engine oil pan straddles MFWD drive shaft but does not enclose drive shaft. I know that's the way my M7040 is IE driveshaft will come off tractor with engine oil pan remaining on engine.

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Tim GA

03-21-2015 06:13:42
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Re: Kubota M110 4x4 front drive shaft in reply to Tx Jim, 03-14-2015 03:24:02  
Up date on removing the front drive shaft assembly. The drive shaft could not be removed without unbolting both axle supports and rolling the axle forward about 6 inches. the oil pan not only saddles the driveshaft but also goes under the shaft. The driveshaft rear coupler in the clutch housing will not come forward or rearward enough to release the driveshaft. The driveshaft cove broke in two because the rear support bushing was almost gone. Thanks for your help. Tim

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Ken Macfarlane

03-26-2015 08:21:49
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Re: Kubota M110 4x4 front drive shaft in reply to Tim GA, 03-21-2015 06:13:42  
Similar trouble on my MF only it broke the pinion on the front axle. Rear bearing wasn"t greased in the 4000 hours before I bought it.

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